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Larry Ness

Illinois at Nebraska
Play: Nebraska

Illinois opened the current season 13-2, losing only a three-point decision at Ga Tech and by seven points to Oregon (in Portland), a team which opened 13-0. However, the Fighting Illini then lost EIGHT straight games from Jan 8 through Feb 4 (1-7 ATS), with their lone cover coming as an 11-point underdog in a seven-point loss at Ohio St. Illinois snapped its eight-game losing skid with a 60-55 mild upset at Penn State on Sunday but that's hardly a "buy signal."

The Illini are a poor shooting team, ranking 315th (of 351 schools) in FG percentage at 41.2% and 312th in three-point percentage at 31.0%. Illinois is led by a three-guard lineup including Drake transfer Rice (16.5-6.0), Abrams (11.5-3.2 APG) and Bertrand (10.6-4.9). This not very deep team owns just two frontcourt players of note in the 6-7 Ekey (7.9-5.4) and the 6-11 Egwu (6.9-5.3).

Now Nebraska is not exactly an NCAA tourney team either (12-10 overall, including 4-6 in Big Ten play) but Tim Miles is starting to make a "visit to Lincoln" an unpleasant one for all opponents. Texas Tech transfer Petteway (17.4-5.3) is easily the Cornhuskers' best player (he's a 6-6 forward). He's get help up front from the 6-10 Pitchford (8.7-4.4) and the 6-8 Smith (6.7-5.5). Three guards contribute in Shields (11.0-5.3), Gallegos 97.9) and Webster (5.1).

Nebraska may be just 12-10 overall but here at home the 'Huskers are 10-1 SU and 8-2 ATS (lone loss was 71-70 to Michigan). While on the season Nebraska barely outscores its opponents (67.1-to-66.9 PPG), the 'Huskers are outscoring opponents at Pinnacle Bank Arena on average, 71.2-to-60.1 PPG. Yes, the Illini finally won a game but they can't expect another 19-point effort from 6-3 true freshman Kendrick Nunn (4.6 PPG on the season), like at Penn St.

SIX of the Cornhuskers 10 losses have come against opponents ranked in the USA Today Coaches? Poll, but SIX of their remaining eight foes have losing conference records. ?We?ve been through the most brutal part of our schedule and, at the end of the day, we?re still probably going to have a top-20 schedule in the country, coach Tim Miles told the Lincoln Journal Star.

Nebraska has eight regular season games left (plus at least one in the Big Ten tourney), then should play in one of the three "lesser" postseason tourneys. I think Nebraska is headed for a 17-win season (or more). For that to happen, a home win over Illinois is a MUST!

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Jimmy Boyd

Philadelphia/Utah Under 204

The Utah Jazz have home court advantage, and I think that will play a key role in this game staying under the total. With the Jazz playing at home they should be able to control the pace of this game. Utah is averaging a mere 94.1 points per game this season, and that has come against opponents with a defensive scoring average over 100 points per game. The 76ers defense is bad, but I don't think the Jazz are a good enough team to take advantage of that poor defensive play.

Both of these teams are trending towards the under recently. Utah has gone under the total in six consecutive games, while the under is 4-1-1 in Philadelphia's last six games. The Jazz defense is very underrated for a team with an 18-33 record. They have held opponents to 99.4 points per game against at home, against opponents with an offensive scoring average just shy of 102 points per game. They will catch a break in this matchup with Philadelphia since the 76ers are averaging a mere 99.2 points per game on the road this season. All signs point to this game finishing with a very low score.

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Matt Fargo

Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors    
Play: Miami Heat +1

Miami comes into this game after playing in Phoenix on Tuesday and while playing back-to-back games are never easy, the Heat have done a solid job of it this season. They are 7-2 when playing with no rest which includes a 3-1 record both straight up and against the number when it is the second of consecutive road games. Miami has had its fair share of issues on the road this season and we saw that just recently in the second game of this roadtrip when it went to Utah and lost to the Jazz outright while putting up just 89 points. Even with that, the Heats have had great success against the Western Conference this season as they are 14-4 after the win last night. One of those four losses came at home against Golden St. in their first game of 2014 as they allowed a season high of 123 points with the Warriors shooting over 56 percent from the floor including 51.7 percent from long range. It's pretty safe to say Miami has not forgotten that one. We played on Miami when it was revenging a same season loss against the Knicks and it rolled and that improved the Heat to 19-8 ATS in their last 27 games revenging a same season loss. Golden St. continues to be pretty inconsistent as it is just 7-8 in its last 15 games following a 10-game winning streak. The Warriors, which were off on Tuesday, are now 1-6 straight up and 0-7 ATS in their last seven games following a win while winning just one of eight games as an underdog. The road team has won the last three meetings in this series and I expect that domination to continue on Wednesday.

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Doug Upstone

Dallas vs. Indiana
Play: Over 197

On Hump Day, Play OVER on teams like Indiana when the total is between 190 and 199.5 points, who score 98-102 points a game, against a mediocre defensive team like Dallas (102 or more PPG allowed), after allowing 80 points or less in their previous outing. The rationale for this free play is teams like the Pacers will get their points against a defense like the Mavs, but are unlikely to have anywhere close to such a defensive effort like the last time. In the past 18 years, this rare occasion is 24-5, 82.8%.

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Tony Stoffo

Hawks vs. Raptors
Play: Over 202

Early morning line movement making for this total play here as the Hawks and Raptors march-up in Toronto this evening. The money is slightly towards the over for this game - however the Sharps must have come in heavy on the over as the odds makers have had to already make numerous adjustments to this total upwards trying to get some under action trying to balance their books. This odd early movement sure makes for a solid release on the over in this spot here. Over this posted total the play here.

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SPORTS WAGERS

L.A. CLIPPERS -8 over Portland

Indeed the Trail Blazers look appealing taking back eight points. In fact, this is the most points that the Blazers have been offered the entire season. Even when they played at Indiana just five days ago, Portland was a 6-point dog and lost in OT by five. Why the Trail Blazers are being offered so many points is a question that must be asked because we can assure the oddsmakers did not put up a “bad number”. The oddsmakers are betting that the Blazers home loss to Oklahoma City last night will have a rippling effect. Portland had everything going for them in that game to emerge victorious but a poor third quarter followed by a horrible shooting fourth quarter did them in. The Blazers had the ball down one with 13 seconds remaining but could not make the key shot to win it. A demoralizing loss it was and the Blazers walked off the court with their heads down. The Blazers will now hit the road for their final game before the break. It will be their fifth road game in their past six starts and sixth straight game of traveling. This line suggests that mentally, Portland may already be on their All-Star break.

The Clippers have Chris Paul back. They’ve been home for three consecutive games, going 2-1 over that span with victories by 45 and 13 points over Philadelphia and Toronto respectively. Prior to those two wins, the Clippers lost by four to the Heat and by one-point at Denver. This is L.A.’s last game before the break also and Doc Rivers’ crew is focused on ending it with a focused and strong performance. The point-spread is the real tell-tale sign here for us to endorse spotting the points. If you were thinking of taking the points, we urge you to be cautious because the line is telling us that the Clip Joint will hand it to the Blazers in this very favorable spot. 


Sacramento +5½ over NEW YORK

The Kings have dropped three in a row and they’re coming off a 10-point loss at Cleveland last night. The Kings will also play their third game in four days while the Knicks have been off since Sunday. When you consider all that, the Kings don’t have much going for them here but this isn’t about wagering on the Kings as much as it is about fading the Knicks.

Carmelo Anthony is the Knicks leader. Carmelo Anthony is going to the All-Star game and couldn’t care less about the inconvenience of having to play one more game when the spotlight is waiting for him in New Orleans. When your leader doesn’t give a hoot, it affects the rest of the guys and that’s been the Knicks problem this entire year. Anthony is a great player when the light is shining on him but on most nights he can be found laughing and joking around with the opposition after a 20-point loss. The Knicks are 2-4 in February and owner James Dolan might be getting ideas after seeing Maurice Cheeks and Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant lose their jobs last week. Mike Woodson will undoubtedly be the fall guy in New York, but that's only because Dolan can't fire his players. When the going gets tough, the Knicks usually throw in the towel and if the Kings show up tonight, they’ll not only cover but they’ll win outright. The Knicks are not a team you want to be spotting points with the game before the break.

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DELAWARE -8 over James Madison

James Madison will play its third road game in its last four starts over the past 12 days. That’s a tough slate for strong programs but for a weak program like JMU, it’s a death sentence. The Dukes of James Madison have four wins in 14 road games. They have played every cream puff in the country and have lost most of them while getting smoked numerous times, especially when traveling. JMU has an 18-point loss at Drake, a nine-point loss at Towson and when they played the team in second place in the Colonial, William & Mary, they lost by 22. The Dukes rank 294th in FG %, 348th in assists per game and 281st in rebounding and that’s after playing one of the easiest schedules in Division I basketball.

Delaware is 10-0 in the Colonial. They are 9-1 at home and many of those have been blowouts. Delaware has a five-point loss at Notre Dame, a four-point loss at #6 Villanova and a 12-point loss at #22 Ohio State. The Bulldogs came into conference play locked and loaded and has imposed their will on just about every team they have played. Delaware is likely going to win the Colonial Conference and receive an automatic bid to the dance and they are precisely the type of team that can break up brackets. Delaware ranks 25th in the country in points per game and they have five players averaging double digits. The Bulldogs have been off for a full week and the reports are that they can’t wait to get back on the floor. The reason this line isn’t -15 is because Delaware has two key players suspended for violating policies. Jarvis Threatt and Marvin King-Davis will sit out until March but we’re suggesting that the team will dig down even deeper in support. James Madison gave Delaware a scare when they played at JMU on January 11 in a four-point Delaware victory. In no way will this one resemble that one.

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Andrew Lange

Syracuse at Pittsburgh
Play: Under 125

I don't think there is any debate that tonight's Syracuse-Pitt game is going to be slow. In ACC play, the Orange are averaging an incredibly low 55 possessions per game while Pitt isn't exactly pushing the tempo either at just over 61. In the first meeting, even with both squads scoring a point per possession and attempting 41 free throws, the game produced only 113 points. Typically when you get one "extreme" in the first meeting (slow pace, low scoring) teams make adjustments and the opposite takes place in the rematch. I'm not sure we see that tonight as both teams indicated it was likely to be another bloodbath. Obviously with a total this low crazy things can happen late to bust a play on the under. But I don't project more than 60 possessions and in this type of atmosphere, buckets will be at an absolute premium.

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Teddy Covers

Miami vs. Golden State
Pick: Miami

A focused Heat team is more than capable of winning on any floor against any foe.  And I’m expecting another strong effort from Miami this evening, just as they had last night in Phoenix. 

Miami’s focus heading into the All Star break cannot be questioned – they’ve gone 2-0 SU in their last two games before the break in every season since LeBron took his talents to South Beach; winning each and every one of those games by seven points or more.  The fact that Dwayne Wade is expected to suit up after missing last night’s game tells us all we need to know about Miami not mailing it in their last game before the break.

And Miami in revenge mode is not a minor factor to consider either.  They’ve gone 5-1 SU in ‘revenge mode’ this year; cashing winning bets consistently when facing a team that beat the Heat outright in the last meeting between the two teams.

The Heat certainly haven’t forgotten what Steph Curry and the Warriors did to them last month in Miami.  Golden State hit 56 percent from the floor and 15-29 from three point range while hanging 123 on the Heat in a wire-2-wire win, the most points Miami has allowed this season.

Golden State is a banged up team heading into the All Star break, expected to be without their two best low post defenders tonight (Andrew Bogut and Jermaine O’Neal).  They’re a tad bit ‘fat and happy’ coming off a 43 point blowout against Philly on Monday.

It’s surely worth noting that the Warriors are 2-10 ATS at home coming off a win, unable to string quality performances together. And it’s also worth noting that the Warriors are laying points here in a game where they are not the better of the two teams, especially considering that their championship caliber foe is playing with meaningful revenge.

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Tom Stryker

Loyola-Chicago vs. Northern Iowa    
Play: Northern Iowa -10

Off three consecutive straight up losses to Indiana State, Illinois State and Wichita State, Northern Iowa will look to get healthy against this soft Loyola Chicago bunch. Ramblers head coach Porter Moser has his troops resting at 9-15 SU (4-8 SU in the MVC) and they enter this contest off a small upset home win over Illinois State.

The fact that this game is being played inside the McLeod Center is huge for UNI. In their own backyard coming off the comforts of a home game, the Panthers are a proud 54-14 SU and 34-22 ATS including a profitable 22-3 SU and 19-6 ATS in this set matched up against an opponent that enters off a SU and ATS win. With those two parameters live and Northern Iowa running with four or more days of rest, this situation zooms to an eye-popping 10-0 SU and ATS.

Back on January 25th, Loyola Chicago (+5') upset UNI in overtime on its homecourt 93-87. The Ramblers won't be as fortunate this time around. Dating back to last season, Loyola has lost 15 straight on true foreign courts including its last six by an average of 9.5 points per game. Also, when coming off a straight up underdog victory, the Ramblers have been rocked hard notching a dismal 12-23-1 ATS in their last 36 battles including a stiff 4-11-1 ATS if its opponent hits the court off a straight up loss.

Statistically speaking, the Panthers are ripping the nets for an average of 74.0 points per game and should do plenty of damage matched up against a Ramblers defense that has allowed opponent to connect on .478 of their shots from the field. Revenge will be sweet for head coach Ben Jacobson's kids tonight. Take Northern Iowa.

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Jack Jones

Dallas Mavericks +9½

The Dallas Mavericks (31-22) are clinging on to the 8th and final playoff spot in the Western Conference if the season were to end today. They certainly want to go into the All-Star Break with some nice momentum with a good showing at Indiana tonight.

That's especially the case after an ugly 89-114 loss at Charlotte last night. The Mavericks were playing well prior to that performance having won five straight, so I'm chalking this one up to an aberration. The Bobcats couldn't miss, shooting 54.9% from the floor.

Meanwhile, Indiana is coming off a 119-80 home win over a Denver Nuggets team that was playing its JV squad. The Nuggets have a huge laundry list of injuries, which has resulted in very poor play of late. The Pacers simply took advantage.

Due to Dallas being blown out last game, and Indiana winning in blowout fashion last time out, this line has been inflated. Asking the Pacers to beat a very good Mavericks' team by double-digits is simply asking too much tonight.

Dallas is 8-0 ATS in road games after allowing 110 points or more this season. The Mavericks are 15-3 ATS off a blowout loss by 15 points or more over the last two years. Dallas is 38-14 ATS in its last 52 road games overall. The Mavericks are 36-15 ATS in their last 51 games following a loss. The Pacers are 0-5 ATS in their last five after scoring 100 points or more in their previous game. Bet the Mavericks Wednesday.

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Ray Monohan

Washington Wizards +9

The Wizards are not elite but they are a fantastic road against the number at 17-8 ATS after a close loss at Memphis. I like the way they can match up with Houston because they have size and their guards are among the most productive in the league. Houston beat the Wizards easily in Washington so I think this one might be a little inflated. Still it might even go up a point or two the more people look at last night’s Wizards game and the fact that Houston is well rested.

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Alex Smart

Buffalo vs Miami Ohio
Play: Buffalo

The Buffalo Bulls have won two games in a row and 4 of their L/5 and are in a good position to make it 3 in a row here in Miami Ohio this Wednesday evening. Meanwhile Miami is operating at the proverbial opposite end of the performance spectrum and have lost 2 in a row and 3 of their L/4. Considering the momentum of each team, and data that suggests that the wrong side is favored ....makes the Bulls look very much like a solid bet. Im wagering Bulls star Javon McCrea (18 ppg) /10.2 rpg leads a well balanced group along with a deep bench to a road win vs downtrodden foes.

Final notes & Key Trends:Bulls are 10-2 ATS in their last 12 games overall.Red Hawks are 9-24-2 ATS in their last 35 home games vs. a team with a losing road record.Red Hawks are 8-21-2 ATS in their last 31 home games vs. a team with a road winning % of less than .400.

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Michael Alexander

Georgia vs. Mississippi State    
Play: Mississippi State +3

The Georgia Bulldogs are just 1-5 on the road this season, with the lone victory a 70-64 overtime upset of Missouri on Jan. 8. Sophomore guard Charles Mann leads the team in scoring (13.5) and assists (2.9). Guard Kenny Gaines (11.8 points) and reserve forward Nemanja Djurisic (10.2) also are averaging in double figures. Mississippi State holds a 53-52 series edge thanks to a 72-61 road win in the only meeting between the schools last season.

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AC Dinero

Akron vs. Western Michigan
Play: Western Michigan -1.5

Both teams on a little bit of a roll. Akron has won its past 2 games and WMU its past 3. WMU has the edge statistically, and are at home, so we'll go with them. Akron is a poor FT shooting team. The one concern I have about WMU is their defense has been a bit iffy in recent games.

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New Orleans vs Milwaukee
Pick: Over 194.5

The New Orleans Pelicans have hung in well without the injured Jrue Holiday and Ryan Anderson thanks to former number one draft pick Anthony Davis developing into an All-Star by averaging 20.7 points and 10.3 rebounds overall. He has gotten some good scoring support form Eric Gordon while the two starters mentioned have been out, and now Tyreke Evans, who himself has missed time with injuries, is back and scored 23 points off the bench in a loss at Toronto Monday. The combined average of all New Orleans games is 200.9 points, well above this posted total. The Milwaukee Bucks have the worst record in the NBA at 9-42 and they have scored the fewest points in the NBA at 92.2 per game, yet the ‘over’ is still 26-25 in all their games thanks to playing to deflated totals. The ‘over’ is 7-0 in the Pelicans’ last seven road games vs. teams with a home winning percentage of less than .400.

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David Glisan

Texas A&M +3.5

Maybe the better bet to handicap would be an O/U on how many college hoop games will be postponed or canceled due to the winter storm in the Southeast.  Ice and snow shouldn't be a problem in Texas, however, and I'll lean to the tough home court of the Texas A&M Aggies.  TAMU 12-2 SU on their home court.  LSU has some legit frontline talent but not a lot of depth--and they've got even less depth now that Malik Morgan is out.  LSU has better size but Aggies are smaller, quicker and arguably better coached.

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Chris Jordan

My free play for tonight is on George Washington, plus the points over VCU.

This line is a little long for a pair of teams who both have 19 wins this season, and with both hungry to notch No. 20. It's not hard to see why the oddsmakers like Virginia Commonwealth, of course it's not their fault they don't read the newspapers or know enough to research what's been going on with the Rams before making the spread.

While coach Shaka Smart has always been a motivator, and reeks of positivity, several have noted he's been none too pleased with the conditioning of his team, and has rapidly been discouraged in their lack of effort late in games, as they've looked lackadaisical.

Like this past weekend, when St. Joe's looked like the better team late, and pulled away with the victory thanks to Langston Galloway having his way and scoring 24 points in the 69-62. The Hawks had a big lead, let VCU close the gap, but the Rams just didn't have the stamina to get it done.

George Washington, which won the first meeting, 76-66 back in January, comes in having covered seven of eight, and impressively among Atlantic 10 leaders across the board. The Colonials rank in the top five in the league in key categories, including scoring offense (3rd, 74.4 ppg), scoring defense (2nd, 65.3 ppg), field goal percentage (3rd, 47.5 percent) and field goal defense (2nd, 40.3 percent).

Yes, the Rams are a perfect 12-0 at home this season and have won 17 straight at the Siegel Center - the ninth-longest active home win streak in NCAA Division I. But that doesn't mean they should be laying a touchdown by any means. This one stays close, and if the stamina factor comes into play once again, and Smart loses his cool, don't be surprised to see G-Dub win outright.

1♦ GEORGE WASHINGTON


My second free play is going to be out of the NBA, as I take the Los Angeles Clippers over the visiting Trail Blazers, in what is a tough break for Portland. I mean, last night it has all the build up for a huge rivalry game against Oklahoma City, and Serge Ibaka and Kevin Durant storm through town and win the game outright. Making matters worse, they both came to Los Angeles.

The Thunder play the lowly Lakers tomorrow night.

But tonight, Staples Center is dressed up in Clippers colors, and the Blazers have to play a well-rested team that will be playing its fourth-straight home game. Since opening the current homestand with that riveting 116-112 loss to the Heat last Wednesday, the Clippers have teed off on Toronto, 118-105, and the 76ers, 123-78, the latter in which was the largest margin of win in franchise history.

Now Doc Rivers' boys - a rejuvenated bunch, I might add, with CP3 back in the lineup - have a chance to close the first half with a solid win and cover. Oh yes, this is Los Angeles' final game before the All-Star break, so a big-time win is all the Clippers are thinking out.

Get home and lick our wounds is all the Blazers are thinking about, after last night's loss. In fact, Portland has now lost five of eight - including three of five on the road. The home team has generally dominated this series, while the Clippers have covered five of the last seven they've hosted in this Western Conference battle.

The favorite is on a 13-6 run when these two meet, and with a double-digit win looming for Los Angeles, you'll be able to make that 14 of 20 after tonight. Lay the points.

2♦ LOS ANGELES

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Jeff Benton

Your Wednesday freebie is the Memphis Tigers to blast the Central Florida Knights.

UCF has lost their last 8 games straight up, and the points have been of no use either, as the Knights have "rewarded" their backers with just one cover in their last 10 games overall!

Memphis has won 8 of their past 10 games, and have covered in 5 of their last 6 games. The Tigers are also on a 5 game series winning streak over the Knights, and Memphis has also won 9 of the last 10 series meetings against UCF. If you are thinking "maybe this is too many points" for the Tigers to cover? Think again, Memphis is 7-0-1 against the spread in this series, covering double-digits all 3 times they have been asked to.

Blowout of the night goes on Memphis.

4♦ MEMPHIS

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Craig Davis

Today's free play is on the Cal Golden Bears in a road appearance up in Pullman, Washington over the hapless Washington State Cougars.

Listen, I'm fully aware that the Bears just aren't very good on the road and if Washington State has any chance of winning a basketball game it's going to be at home, but I've already seen these guys a few times (both home and away) and they just aren't a very good basketball team.

They struggle shooting the ball from deep, they struggle to win the rebound battle, they struggle to defend, their free throw percentages fluctuate way too much.

Granted, I'm not saying Cal is a world beater by any stretch as they haven't played their best basketball over the past few weeks, but this is the type of game that could catapult the Bears back towards the top of the Pac 12 standings.

The bottom line here is... unless the Cougars play out of their minds, chances are they are going to have circles run around them by a very athletic Cal team.

Wazzu has averaged losing by double digits since starting the Pac 12 season and I don't see it getting much better tonight. Take Cal as your free play of the day.

1♦ CALIFORNIA

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